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Swanson-Fahney Ford fired him illegally when it found he was on the Megan's Law Web site, Hilario F. Nilo Sr. claims in Fresno Superior Court.

An employee claims Oppenheimerfunds fired her after her boss told her, "What's your religion? Who hired you? Why are they hiring people who are not Christian?", in New York County Court.

Two workers sued Jetblue Airways for discrimination, claiming they were called "nigger" and "wetback," and fired when they complained, in New Orleans Federal Court.

Bettor Technology and Philadelphia Park Casino And Racetrack sexually harassed and let its employees sexually paw a worker and fired her when she complained, the woman claims in Philadelphia Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: The Collection Clothing Management Co., and Giordano's Enterprises, in Cook County Court; Merrill Lynch & Co., and Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group, in Manhattan Federal Court; Family Dollar Stores, in Tuscaloosa Federal Court; Abercrombie & Fitch, and Harbor Distributing Co./Reyes Holdings, in Orange County Court, Calif.; Pacific Tank Lines, in Los Angeles Superior Court; ASR Construction, in Riverside Superior Court, Calif.; Berg Exteriors, in Minneapolis Federal Court; Blake's Welding Co., in Atlanta Federal Court; Second Chance Academy and Security, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; J. Entertainment & Productions, in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court; Cold Air Distributors Warehouse of Florida, and Waste Management Inc. of Florida, in West Palm Beach Federal Court.

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